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, all over north carolina. on and off rain today, same with virginia. and now that the rain is starting to move northward, maryland, delaware, sunday new jersey. up and down the earn seaboard our system will be a two-day event and don't count on a lot of sunshine. the rest of the country looks pretty nice. temperatures are chilly this morning in chicago up through the northern plains. here's your forecast today. a beautiful fall crisp day from st. louis to kansas city. look at dallas, warm at 76. denver. a lot of rain, even some thorns and alorm with it possible airm airport delays. that's a look at your monday forecast. in washington, d.c. some rain this morning and that will continue through the day. as the warm front kicks north ward we may throw in a thunderstorm or two. areas in the south, same for you in atlanta. as i mentioned there's some gorgeous weather in the country from dallas to denver. we'll take a look at that tuesday forecast. and for the east coast, veron a veronica, it doesn't get a lot better. >> don't forget your umbrella. >>> so how is wall street going to do this
morning. i am lynn berry, and today we begin with states of emergency. north carolina, virginia and maryland are all on the highest level of alert as the east coast braces for the arrival of hurricane earl. even a slight shift in the projected path of what experts are calling an impressive, massive storm could spell disaster for the eastern seaboard. nbc's kristen dahlgren has the very latest from north carolina's outer banks. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, lynn. well, for days, there's been speculation over exactly where earl would go, but here's the bottom line. at this point it may not matter that much. those hurricane-force winds extend about 90 miles from the center of earl. tropical storm force winds about 200 miles from the center. so, along much of the coast, things about to get much worse. as darkness fell on the carolina coast, earl strengthened, bringing with it powerful waves but also uncertainty. >> earl's a big unknown. if it stays out to sea, we probably would have been okay and gotten rain. >> reporter: do you board up? >> i haven't yet to
's biggest opening match-up boise state battled virginia tech. here's nbc's mario solis with an early look at all your sports headlines. >> hey, there. good morning. third ranked boise state has wanted respect. after last night's game the broncos may have finally gotten it. it was the first game of the season but it felt like a bowl game. tie rod taylor to gerald boykin. 28 yard score. virginia tech up 27-26. but the broncos would not be denied. they play in the end zone. boise state holds on to win 33-30. >>> fourth round of the u.s. open at flushing me does, alex rodriguez watching second seat roger federer take on your begin mel zer. they switch on to the quarter finals. >>> finally round of the championship, tiger woods with a nice flop shot sets it up. good chance he'll be selected for the ryder cup team with the announcement coming today at the new york stock exchange. charley hoffman was on fire. watch his tee shot at 11. hits the flag stick. he'd make that at 30. hoffman showing up his magic touch. from the bunker, looking good, looking great. his first win in three years. >>> and
. reporting live, jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you, jen. meanwhile, in west virginia, the owners of the 27 horses lost in the labor day barn fire continue to mourn. freddy johnson owned two of three barns that burned in charlestown. he says he was out of town when he got the call. it wasn't the property he was concerned about. it was for the horse owners. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. fire officials say whether it ends up being a criminal act or just an accident, they hope knowing how it all happened will bring closure to the owners. >> we're more than 250 days into the year, and baltimore city investigators are already on their 150th homicide. the latest after a glen bernie man was shot and killed in southwest baltimore yesterday afternoon. it happened in the 1400 block at brandish court. police say they found the victim inside a nearby business, where he apparently ran for help. >> it's a wide area. it's one of the thoroughfares from east to west. as you can see, you have homeowners out here, something that's not for this area. >> the victim di
. >> a few days ago, a half dozen horses from west virginia dame to days end, and those horses came from a place that called itself a rescue farm. >> the farm in west virginia was supposed to be a horse rescue, but as it turned out, the 53 horses there needed to be rescued. >> you can almost see it in their eyes, the pain and neglect. >> you can look into their eyes and see. i think the eyes are the window to the soul. you can read a lot of their expressions. >> six what appear to be throw bread horses, some close to deag, are being -- death are being cared for. >> this is normally covered with flesh underneath the flesh. it is basically skeleton and skin. this horse this weigh between 1,000 pounds and he probably weighs 750 at the most. >> the horses were brought here from what was suppose to be a horse rescue farm in west virginia. starving. six -- >> you can't be a caring human watching an animal suffering and not do something about it, let alone being a rescue and watching them starve to death. >> yesterday they wondered if they would make it through the night. >> by the grace of god
the way down into the carolinas. the center of the storm is through west virginia. we have to wait for the center to pass by. that will happen later this afternoon. you can see the swirl. you cannot see the clouds breaking up -- you can see the clouds breaking up. most of the rate should be got by the time we get too early afternoon -- most of the rain should be gone by the time we get to the early afternoon. there will be another chance of rain wednesday night. upper 60's and relatively mild for this time of the year. we will shoot up close to 80. showers and thunderstorms this morning. the drive home will be much better than the drive to work. 76 andatures betwee 66 81. the rain may come back with high temperatures in the 70's. there could be more rain coming in from a night and saturday. after that it should clear but it will turn chilly with temperatures in the 60's on sunday and monday and overnight lows in the 40's. >> it doesn't take a lot of rain to see problems. we have several accidents. northbound 95 at 32. southbound 295 past 895. another reported on the inner loop just
near virginia beach. sort of a glancing blow last night as it brushed the outer banks. 105 miles per hour sustained winds at the center. the western side is starting to affect ocean city. you can see some rain on the shoreline. it will be a little bit turbulent for the next couple of hours and then things will improve. you can see the weakening. there is no definable eye right now. this one from 140 miles per one 28 category 2 at 105. we have a squeeze play taking place. a cold front will push it further to the northeast. it is moving at 18 miles per hour. behind this front, a huge game changer. we have much cooler conditions headed for us this weekend. we have been above 90 degrees for 55 degrees. we will drop into the 70's this weekend. -- for 55 days. it will pass by ocean city by about 1:00 p.m. this afternoon. it maybe will clip long island and that ultimately nova scotia it and will be out of the scenario for the weekend. there is a small craft advisory with those gusty winds up to 25 knots. after high tide, just a little bit above normal, so the coastal flood advisory was canc
, president obama pleaded his case in a backyard in fairfax, virginia. >> that we have a tax system that is fair and helps the middle class while also tends to our long-term deficit problems. what the president walks a political problem set a few weeks away -- a few seats away. >> connolly opposes tax hikes now on anyone. jim webb and at least three more senate democrats and independent democrat joe lieberman all oppose the obama plan. as the senate gets back to work, that empowered republicans. >> that is why i am introducing legislation today that ensures that no one in this country will pay higher income taxes next year than they are right now. >> avoid taxing the well-off help or hurt the recovery? >> at the cut back their consumption, that is a drag on the economy which is not what we need. >> go back to the rates that were in place when bill clinton were prep -- was president. at that time we had 22 million jobs created, much faster income and wage growth. the economy was coming pretty good. >> with no vote in congress, rates rise on everyone. it is a game of chicken, but the
not shocked by that? tragedy near a popular west virginia entertainment complex leaves dozens of horses dead. more on the damage and what witnesses say about the fire. >> this type of hate speech and cites the radicals around the world. >> international outrage over an event that is going to mark the 9/11 terrorist attacks. why they say burning the qaran is a bad idea. is a bad idea. >> coming u my commute home to the eastern shore every night only takes an hour but that's more time than congress spends reading massive spending bills, it's crazy. that's why i wrote a law that requires 72 hours to read every bill. i read the big bills and i said no. no to the $3 trillion budget, no to the bank bailout, and no to the health care bill. at home you would never pay a bill without reading it neither should congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message because i'm proud to be ranked one of the most independent members of congress. >> more than two dozen horses are dead tonight after a raging fire at a popular west virginia race track. three birds caught fire early yesterday morning near c
shows, in virginia, for the seventh episode on aids epidemic for a candid discussion. now, you're maryland lottery mid-de numbers. the maryland lottery, let yourself play. >> i am sarah from an 98 rock. let's play your pick three numbers game. first is 7. 7 0 770. do not mr. chance to gain the ip access to the field. now, bob diamond is ready to go for your pick four game. 4 5 3 4 4534. the maryland lottery, let yourself play. >> a final look at the weather. >> the weather is looking pleasant. cat out and enjoy it. 79 degrees. plenty of sunshine. tomorrow, there is a slight chance we could see some scattered showers storm activity. >> all right. thank you so much. thank you for joining us. >> be sure to watch tonight at
-central virginia. i don't agree will get any of that around baltimore. it has been a long time since we've seen rainfall around maryland. mostly sunny for the rest of the afternoon. we will stay between these two this afternoon. mostly sunny, breezy, unseasonably warm. average high temperature is 81. we will make it to the low 90s probably. 80s and the mountains as the winds shift to the west and northwest. cool air starts to work in and we will drop to the 50's by early tomorrow morning. low sixties in the city. high pressure comes in off of the great lakes and the winds will be coming out of the north and northwest. high temperatures will be in the 70's for the next couple of days. if you are and autumn weather fan, you will like the forecast at the end of the week. high 78 tomorrow. overnight the temperatures -- overnight low temperatures will be in the 50's. nice start to the weekend on saturday. next chance for any significant rainfall will be on sunday as we close out the weekend. high near 82. it looks like the temperatures will be and the mid-80's and the beginning of next week. >> in t
's take a look. we can see some rain off to our south in virginia southwest of d.c. moving to the north. so it will take a couple hours to get here. so early in the day i think it will be fine, then the close tore this afternoon, the better the chance for the rain showers. mostly cloudy. you might even get a peak at the sun. then a chance for rain showers later today. the high between 71 and 76. we come back in a few minutes and take a look at the seven-day forecast. >> our big story this morning. the baltimore ravens are playing at home tonight and local fans are thrilled. >> a lot of traffic is expected as well. >> soon, tens of thousands of you will pack the stadium to see the ravens play the browns in the home opener. traffic might be difficult but once you get here businesses will be very happy. >> baltimore in general has been for quite a while awaiting this home opener. >> it is not just fan that is can't wait but the baltimore businesses that benefit from the tens of thousands who will flock downtown to see their favorite birds fly at home for the first time this season. >> sinc
sarah caldwell. right now president obama is in a falls church, virginia neighborhood revisiting the health care reform law when they before the six-month anniversary. if it is the same day many key provisions are going to take effect. a poll shows the public remained skeptical. we are joined from washington with that story. >> the white house is reintroducing the health-care overhaul to the public, six months after it was signed into law, and six weeks after the election. >> we are done. [applause] >> on thursday, health care reform turned six months old and president obama will mark the milestone today by highlighting the patient's bill of rights. >> if the president will talk about how it is changing people's lives for the and better. >> and several major changes take effect on thursday. parents are now allowed to insure their children until the age of 25. there is no denying for pre- existing conditions. making preventative care a priority -- most policies must pay 100% for a list of services from cancer screening, to checkups and vaccinations. >> it is better to keep childre
, virginia, outside of washington, house republicans unveiled their plan to change washington. >> stop, stop out of control spending and actually reduce the size of our government. >> reporter: borrowing the concept from the 1994 contract with america that helped sweep them to power, the republicans pledge to america promises to repeal the new health care law, make the bush tax cuts permanent for all taxpayers, cut congress' operating budget and freeze spending at 2008 levels, cutting $100 billion per year. but republicans were forced to acknowledge today when they actually had power they didn't always live up to their own ideals. >> listen, when republicans were in charge of congress, we made our fair share of mistakes. i think we've demonstrated that republicans have heard the american people. >> reporter: democrats ripped the pledge to america as nothing more than barely warmed over ideas from the bush years. >> if this is implemented, what we are going to see is the infliction of a plague on america. >> reporter: back in new york, even in front of democratic supporters wednesday night, t
to virginia and the carolinas. accumulation estimates pretty much right up the bay and on the western shore, four-7 inches so far with 5-10 inches with parts of calvert county. it looks like some of that area will get hit hard tonight. the western shore shifting over to the eastern shore, another 5 inches of rain may come down. flood warnings are up all over our region. there's also a tornado watch until 7:00 this evening. they may produce tornadoes. lots of other problems as the remnants of nicole comes our way. monitoring the conditions in downtown baltimore is jane miller. they are dealing with the wind pushing up the bay. >> i am standing at the harbor and behind me i can feel the wind against my back. we will show you what you were talking about. this is the promise not area. -- promenade. all that area and the waterfront, everyone is keeping a close eye on that water level. the safety manager of the baltimore national aquarium kept watch on the rising water levels around the harbor. >> is this starts flooding over here -- >> we will monitor this. >> we will block traffic coming this w
from virginia to delaware, it seems beach vacations continue uninterrupted, for now at least. surf's up in ocean city, maryland. >> it's been a long time since the city's had a really bad hurricane. i'm afraid we're overdue. >> reporter: locals are challenging earl to see just how bad a hurricane he will be. ron mott, kill devil hills, north carolina. >> reporter: i'm peter alexander on long island. already earl's pounding surf and dangerous rip currents extended the shores of new jersey and new york. there are beach closures in places where extreme weather can actually attract a crowd. >> i don't want to see people endangering themselves. caution's the word. >> reporter: at this marina, henry has hauled more than 100 boats to safety. in the last two days. >> the tidal surge will be tremendous. it will be above all the pilings. >> reporter: a catastrophic hurricane has slammed the tip of long island before. >> a wide path inward from the sea. >> reporter: in 1938 wind gusts reaching 180 miles per hour hammered this coastline. the storm surge split montauk in two. more than 600 people di
east of the mountains into baltimore. the front pushes down into virginia. skies clear out on monday and it will be cool and dry going into the early part of next week. 78-83 tomorrow, the normal high is 78. overall, within a couple of degrees of normal. northeast winds on the bay will be like, waves less than a foot. heading westbound, plan on all conditions, maybe some upper 30's tonight and into tomorrow. a very nice afternoon tomorrow, mostly sunny and 75. around the bay, beautiful weekend conditions. and the lower eastern shore, especially along the coast, there might be with current because of the big hurricanes out in the atlantic. -- there might be rip currents kar. l is living inland across mexico -- karl is moving inland across mexico. igor is still a category 3 hurricane. julia is weakening, and hurricane karl is moving inland and should weaken rapidly. for igor, it looks like up sunday afternoon or evening arrival in the bermuda area. it will cut right across that island area and then head off to the northeast and slowly weaken. does not look good for bermuda, but it is n
in nearly a century, the state of virginia has carried out an execution on a woman. last night, 41-year-old teresa lewis was put to death by lethal injection for arranging the slayings of her husband and stepson to collect a quarter of a million dollar insurance policy. >>> stunning video out of indonesia. a small plane crashed and burst into flames during an air show being watched by hundreds of school children. a pilot was the only person aboard the aircraft and is now in critical condition. >>> a pakistani scientist known as lady al qaeda has been sentenced to 86 years in prison for trying to kill u.s. soldiers and intelligence officers in afghanistan. >>> startling findings from a government study that shows one in five gay and bisexual men in the united states, 20% have the hiv virus. nearly half of those do not know they are infected. that compares to an overall american hiv rate of just 0.5%. >>> 1950s entertainer eddie fisher who sparked one of the greatest showbiz scandals of the 20th century when he left his wife for elizabeth taylor has died. he died due to complications from
to the west coast. now to your event of the day. if you are watching us on wcyb5 in bristol, virginia, the official birthplace of country music allows you to hear some tunes at the live bluegrass music event at the downtown center. that's your early event of the day. >> and trivia for you, congress made that official in '98. so it truly is the birthplace -- >> veronica, very impressive. >> there you go. i'm a lover of all music. >>> now here's a look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. does she finally get it? that's the current lindsay lohan question. she visited a homeless shelter last weekend and is saying all the right things about addiction. some have their doubts. she spent the weekend calling photo agencies, shopping pictures of herself posing for $10,000 in her alcohol monitoring ankle bracelet. >>> the 1930s hollywood beauty only to return as the oldest academy award winning nominee for "titanic" has died at the age of 100. >>> max wineberg won't be joining jay leno on his new late night show. >>> finally, showbiz divorces aren't rare, but in the case of george lope
. the dea is still going after dealers. this recent proxy cogon bust just outside of virginia school -- oxycodone bust happened just outside of the virginia school. they're not just getting drugs from dealers. saturday's focus will be a lot closer to home. >> it might be one of your child's friends coming into your house, asking to use the bathroom, rifling through your medicine cabinet. >> cabinets and they hope will soon be less dangerous. officials say it is not good enough to throw the pills away. flushing them can put them into the water supply. for a site near you, check out dea.gov. >> there are several prescription, "events happening across the state this weekend. for the closes drop off, -- closest location, go to wbaltv.com. >> we or member of pop singer from the 1950's whose busy love life often stole the headlines. >> more damage that now has to go -- to view of governors declaring a state of emergency. >> it is legal and marketed as ensigns. why is it so controve ♪ i thought it was over here... ♪ [car horn honks] our outback always gets us there... ... sometimes it j
will be pushing his economic message this week on it for this state campaign swing from virginia to mexico and beyond. president obama signs the small business jobs bill into law today, a move that helps democrats show they are focused on revving up a sputtering economy. >> we have to keep pushing growth to create the jobs and prepare the job the recession has done. >> campaign stops plant to help push democrats over the top in november. >> we will continue to focus on clean energy jobs and we will continue to focus on the economy. >> republicans believe the economy is issued number one. >> we have to do something to keep the economy moving. >> voters will be looking for a change. >> they know the way to change it is to change the congress. you don't get to make changes unless you get elected. >> president obama will be focusing on a group that got him elected, young voters. kate amara, and wbal-tv 11 news. >> with lawmakers so focus on the midterm elections, is there any work getting done in washington right now? >> they are trying. the senate majority leader has recalled all senators bac
? >> of course they can. it's california, washington, connecticut, west virginia. if they sweep everything else, they have to win two of those four. on paper, they can win two of those four. >> the answer is maybe. >> i think wisconsin is interesting. ron johnson, businessman, first-time candidate could do well. >> yes, definitely. chris:the historic rule. thanks for a great roundtable. chad todd, gloria borger, clarence page and kelly
to the north. the island of massachusetts has been declared states of emergency as well as maryland, virginia, and north carolina have been. that's the latest from kill devil hills, north carolina, i'm kristin dahlgren. lynn, back to you. >>> kristin dahlgren, thank you. where is the storm head? for more on that, we'll check in with bill karins. the pictures are incredible. that's before we made landfall. that's what we avoided with earl. >> 50 miles per hour weaker now than it was yesterday at this time. it weakened significantly and took a jog to the east. that also helped to keep the worst of the storm off of the outer banks. it's still bad, but the worst of it is off of the coast. the winds are continuing to gust. the gusts are at 53 at hatteras and nags head. we have not had hurricane force winds on the coast. we're not going to see significant damage. it will be difficult to get around with the heavy rain and road flooding. but the wave action will be the big story up and down the east coast. i come back later, how close the story will come from cape cod later tonight. >> thanks so much
, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a massive fire killed within two dozen horses in virginia. >> more than 65 horses were housed in the barn. they see the fire consumed a total of three barnes. the witness was able to take a video of the fire with his cell phone. the 27 horses killed in all. flames shot as high as 50 feet in the air. damage to the barn is valued at more than $1 million. because of the fire is still under investigation. >> he was hit by a stolen car in the west baltimore. officers were following the car when it crashed in the area here. the suspect jumped the media and hit a man selling newspapers. >> i got out of the car thinking my windshield was broke. i looked and a guy was on the ground. it was scary. it was something that of a movie. >> merkel the victim is exposed -- we are told the man is supposed to survive his injuries ago -- injuries. >> tonight, two 14-year-old and a 60-year-old are behind bars. -- and a 16-year-old are accused of stabbing a man after he said he did not have any money. david collins is live at the scene with more. >> the blood trail is two blocks long. in
nailed. virginia, delaware, pennsylvania, new jersey and soon up into areas of new england. take a closer look at the radar. you can see the moisture coming straight from the south. a little swirl here, maybe our area of low pressure crossing down from south carolina to north carolina, getting drenched from raleigh. wilmington has had an incredible amount of rain the last few days, maybe the highest total ever. the moderates, the steady rainfall now over the area and that's extending now just into the philadelphia region. new york city, the rain is still probably another hour or two away. and you notice that new york is probably more scattered during the day today. i think new york city will get the heaviest rain later on tonight. here is the total we're thinking. anywhere in the yellow and oranges, 3 to 4 inches. along the coast, we could see 4 to 5, maybe 6 inches of rain. the rest of the united states looks fantastic. that's a look at your forecast. now here is a look at the weather outside your window. sunshine in milwaukee, wisconsin. 67. really great weather out there. beautiful fal
carolina and extreme southeast virginia early thursday morning, just a small change in the direction of the storm could raise an impact and the large waves, beach erosion and rip currents will be a problem up and down the east coast until earl is gone. >> we're already seeing the first mandatory evacuation on north carolina's ocrocoke island. how are you managing evacuations all up and down and in what regions? >> well the evacuations are of course are the authority of the local officials so we don't make that call. we will probably have to go with some warnings later on "today" as the storm gets closer and that will probably trigger other evacuations within the watch and warning areas. >> give us an area, from where to where do you recommend that people are very conscious about this storm? >> all right, i would take anywhere along the north carolina coast, tropical storm conditions in the far southeast, all the way up to the virginia beach area because that's the area that will be impacted as early as tomorrow on into tomorrow night and early friday morning. depending on how far off
to washington or virginia. police believe palmer is trafrling with a woman in 1ewb 10 tag numbers with a woman. police say palmer is considered dangerous and they are asking thin with information to c >> welcome back. i'm tony pann. we are getting rain, and as we head into the morning and afternoon, the rain showers will taper off. it should be dry, cloudy skies, with high temperatures between 70 and 75. sunset this evening at 7:20. skies will change overnight and it will turn cooler, but seasonnably cool with a light northwest wind at 5 to 10 miles per hour. looks like a nice start to the workweek on monday. partly cloudy skies. 20 or 30% chance of a shower on tuesday. that's not a big deal. the next best chance for rain beyond today will go into friday and the end of the week. high temperatures when we get to the beginning of next weekend. >> tazz, tony. thank you for joining us. "11 news saturday morning" continues in 25 minutes. >>> we're back on this sunday morning. september 12th, 2010. outside on the plaza i'm jenna wolf with carl quintanilla filling in for lester this morning. and doin
coast. states of emergency have been declared in north carolina, virginia and maryland. and from cape hatteras to cape cod, dangerous surf conditions, storm surges and powerful winds are expected later today through saturday. life guards are urging labor day beachgoers to be careful of dangerous riptides. and al is 2308 lowing the track of the storm. he'll have more in just a bit. >>> this morning police in maryland are trying to piece together what led a gunman to storm the discovery channel's headquarters wednesday, sparking a four-hour hostage standoff. nbc's tom costello is once again in silver spring, maryland, with the very latest. tom, good morning. >> natalie, good morning to you. overnight the police bomb squad cleared the building of four separate devices. they also found hand bags, they said, or duffel bags, with both guns and ski masks. this began when the suspect walked into the building demanding to speak to company executives. nbc news called the building to try to find out what was happening to try to talk to somebody in public relations. lo and behold the gunman picke
last. >> for the first time in three years, maryland renewed its rivalry with west virginia. it didn't work out all that well for the terps. despite the fact they ended up with some really big plays. it is tough when you have the new kickoff and you don't get going until around 1:00. on offense -- former dunbar star, many md's greatest high school runningback ever. he's a receiver and catches the first touchdown of the game. moments later, that same connection. gino smith on austin -- save on austin again. 14-0. finally the terps try to get things going a little bit. drakeford recovers. gets the sack. robinson a perfect pass to smith. looks very much like an nfl-ready receiver. goes up and gets it. a 60 yard touchdown. one step at a time. 60 yards impressive. how about 80. drops it in the basket on a deep-crossing route. he goes for the touchdown, 28-14. next time with the ball, though, smith dropped the touchdown. a short touchdown reception, and the stumble. west virginia -- 21-17 your final. >> checking in on the orlsors. -- checking in on the orioles last night. you see rodriguez
tests for all children. at a 20,000 west virginia fifth graders, 29% of those kids would never have been tested because they did not have a family history of heart disease. and% of those during that to have high cholesterol. >> -- 10% of those turned out to have high cholesterol. this specialist says arteries can start building plaque at a young age. early intervention can help people later in life. >> the most important treatment is modifying the diet. get rid of saturated fat, trans fat and cholesterol. try to help children be at a more ideal weight and get exercise. >> this family has follow that advice. they take a cholesterol lowering medication once a day and they have changed their diet. >> we have healthier foods in the house. >> the more kids that can get tested for it, the better. >> there are some concerns about universal screening. not enough doctors are trained to test for cholesterol in children. some experts are worried that the drug companies are pushing testing so that they can sell cholesterol lowering drugs. this doctor says that most of these kids would do fine with j
instead of a planned stop in the bahamas. at the navy's home in virginia, crews readies aircraft carriers and battleships to move. >> we pride ourselves on being ready to do whatever needs to be done. >> reporter: in new jersey, the surf is getting rough, keeping life guards on their toes. >> we are seeing the surf effect already. our lifeguards are watching for rip tides. we're keeping bathers close to shore. >> reporter: in new england where rocky seas turned deadly yesterday they are bracing for the first hurricane to hit that region since hurricane bob nearly two decades ago. >> we are well overdue. the last was in 1991. >> reporter: welcome or not, here comes earl. fema activated national and regional response centers moving food, water and other supplies into position, brian. >> ron mott along the north carolina coast for us as well tonight. ron, thanks. >>> with us this evening, longtime hurricane specialist brian norcross from the weather channel. i was listening to you make two points about the science of this. number one, a tick to the west of two degrees and we have an historic
of state insurance commissioners. then he travels to northern virginia where he hosts a backyard discussion on the health care overhaul and on the policies that are going into effect starting tomorrow. >> kate amara, thank you. have a great day. >> 62 degrees on tv hill. coming up, the morning's financial news in the bloomberg business report. >> a much anticipated vote on the gis in the military. it will have to wait a bit longer. >> the baltimore book festival is this weekend. it is about more than just books. we have a presentation of cabaret going on. stay tuned for details. >> traveling westbound i-70, >> traveling westbound i-70, some >> a very good wednesday morning to you. we're talking about the 15th annual baltimore book festival. 66 degrees in mount vernon. we are at the washington monument. we have more than 200 local and celebrity authors who will be here. the 49-year theater will be here. it is quite a reputation. >> this weekend we will be doing some cabaret, some of the great troll park musical, and we will end up with "a little night music." this is our fifth or sixth year.
, virginia, and pennsylvania. they read names of each one lost. and at times the public ceremony included personal and emotional tributes. >> my life has not been the same. >> family members, firefighters, and first responders also walked down into the ground zero construction site carrying photos and laying flowers in the reflecting pool. at the pentagon, president obama alluded to the recent mosque and koran burning issues and asked the americans to -- >> the highest honor we can pay those we lost, indeed, our greatest weapon in this ongoing war is to do combha our adversaries fear the most -- to stay true to who we are as americans. to renew our sense of common purpose. to say that we define the character of our country. >> in shakeville, pennsylvania. first lady michelle obama paid tribute to flight -- the tribute in life. twin beams lighting up the new york skyline and symbolizing where the twin towers once stood. ceremonies and memorials that serve as reminders, the nation is still mourning and healing from the losses of that day. nbc news, new york. >> here in maryland next year's
minister 70. frederick 66. 58 at mchenry. readings down a little bit. at monterey in west virginia, it is 66 degrees. that's cooler drier air coming in. satellite imaginary from yesterday until now, it is pulling awhich. -- away. it is under hurricane strength right now. here you see the remnant clouds from a cool front that passed through the front. the front has gone through dry, and there is nothing but good air behind us here. the area of high pressure will keep us rain free. mostly sunny, breezey, mild. 70 to 82 the range. on target temperature-wise. 83 on labor day. great conditions. morning lows tomorrow morning, and monday morning we'll be in the low 50's and no rain in the forecast for next week. temperatures rise to close to 90 by next wednesday. >> thank you. well, it is not unusual for fishermen to pull striped bass and crabs out of the potomac, but sharks? a fisherman sade says he pulled -- says he pulled this eight-foot bull shark out of the potomac. he says he caught the mark in st. mary's county some 50 miles upstream from the ocean. some experts say bull sharks are
front go through, as i mentioned. it's now settled across the central part of virginia, but there's no weather associated with this front. there's a nice area of high pressure coming in behind it, and it will produce a little bit of a breeze, but that's about it. as we head toward the middle of the week, we might see a little area of low pressure develop on wednesday, but for the next few days, it's going to be quiet. we did have the showers, as i mentioned before, but everything has dissipated now, and we expect a dry commute. we can see a little bit of cloud cover, especially in the southern suburb, but that's breaking up. we'll just call it a mix of sun and clouds. i'll show you the seven-day forecast in just a second. let me just give you the last update on igor. it passed over bermuda last night as a category one hurricane. it did produce some damage, but we're not seeing big reports of catastrophic conditions on the island. they got a big storm surge out of it, and now the storm is about 100 miles north of bermuda and pulling away into the open waters of the atlantic. so we
tough coached by andrews, that's chris hart to moore from freck rickson virginia. he's gone. 64 yards. the tigers 0-1 back home next week. more than 30 years ago a young 16-year-old student made a memorable mark to the finals of the open. her name was pam shriver. another young lady with ties hold off a major upset at flushing meadow. 18-year-old beet truss. she upset irvani from france. second set here. she's up 4-3. she wins the point to go up 5-3. and you could feel -- feel the momentum just all -- in the corner. match point here. beet truss attends the -- beatrice attends the academy. she once went to madonna. 16-year-old pam shriver reached the finals of the open. and now beatrice is in the third round thanks to that point right there. what a moment. the orioles and red sox wrapped up their series at camden yards where brad bergersen made the 24th start of the season and almost did not make it out of the second inning. adrian beltre leads off the second. he launches one. it -- it -- hits one tonight. 4 hump foot home run. nine bars --
. it will move up into the virginia and new york state. this is a flooding-type event. expecting inwe're excess of 4 inches. more likely, in excess of 6 inches. we have a flash flood warnings issued around the district of columbia and down to the south in annapolis. there is a coastal advisory with one to 2 feet above the normal high tide. into the mix, there is wind problems. we have tornado watch that extends for the entire area until 1:00 p.m. this afternoon and gusts up to 45 miles per hour. this will continue to move in our direction. there is no relief in sight until later tomorrow. heavy rains throughout today and may be some thunderstorms in the mix. we're in the 70's. 57 set 61. heavy rain even at 8:00 p.m. tonight. -- 57 to 61. we will clear out after 10:00 a.m. tomorrow. temperatures will be in the 60's on saturday. this is a dangerous tropical system we are tracking all day today. >> that translates into a m ess for the morning commute. eastbound 70 is shut down between 29 and the patapsco river bridge because of an overturned milk tanker. you are being forced off on southbound 29.
joins us live with more. >> that gunman has been identified as paul pardus from virginia. he pulled out a gun and shot a doctor. the doctor has been identified as dr. david cohen. we will have an update on his condition. police responded with a variety of emergency teams. pardus was barricaded in a room for more than two hours. police are calling this a murder-suicides. the big question has to do with security. how was somebody able to enter with a gun? there are some 80 entrances and exits to the hospital. it is not feasible to put it metal detectors. there are about 80,000 businesses to the hospital a week. many security discussions will be going on today. reporting live, jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. that brings us to your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> this morning we asked -- what changes, if any, do you think need to be done to johns hopkins security? >> we will post more of your answers on the front page of our website, wbaltv.com. >> if you thought monday showed had lots of surprises, wait until you see today. 14 years after her book cl
closer to home. hurricane watches are in effect all the way up to virginia beach. a tropical storm watch may be issued for ocean city tomorrow. the time watch will be during the day friday. friday is the day things will be affected as the storm passes off shore. if it passes 200 miles offshore, the winds extended out 200 miles from the center. with could still see tropical conditions with heavy rain and big waves. wave heights could be up to 15 feet high and ocean city. the rip currents will be dangerous all weekend. the only day it affects the delmarva beaches will be on friday. we might get some rain in baltimore on friday, but it will be from the front, not the storm. very little effect here in baltimore. mostly sunny today with high temperatures in the mid 90's. sunrise coming up in just a few minutes. mostly clear tonight. temperatures dropping back to around 70 tonight. it will be another hot day on thursday, 92. the front comes through on friday. that gives us the chance for some showers and thunderstorms. then we chop off about 15 degrees. temperatures will be in the 70's on satu
on the bush tax cuts. president obama addressed voters in virginia that said he had no idea how to reduce the nation's deficit. >>> and pilot jack conroyd called the landing the most significant thing that happened to him in 32 years of flying. he praised his crew saying he was no hero, adding, he was just doing his job. >>> hollywood legend tony curtis died last night of cardiac arrest at his home in nevada. in a career that spanned 59 years and was in "some like it hot" and the father of jamie curtis, he was 85. back to matt and vieira, certainly a huge loss. >> and jamie lee i >> at the tropical downpours ever since after midnight last night still affecting our entire area. tornado watch in effect until 1:00. rain likely in excess of si >>> that's your latest weather. matt. >> thank you very much. to politics and two controversial tea party candidates making waves ir there in a respective states. nbc kelly o'donnell is in washington with this. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. politics often gets personal and confrontational. it's unusual to see major candidate pile
and fire weather watches for washington and parts of west virginia back to roanoke. it's like the james taylor song, fire and rain. the remnants of tropical storm her mine with 10 plus inches of rain and more rain falling. it will continue to fall and we have watches and warnings for another five to ten inches of rain in central texas into missouri. matt, we will continue to track this for you. >> thanks. we will get the local forecast in a couple of minutes. the uproar over the plans of a church in florida to burn the koran on the anniversary of 9/11 despite condemn nation from the obama administration and general in afghanistan. we have more from carrey. good morning to you. >> reporter: this church has at most 50 members, but the pastors say his actions speak for more than his worshippers and he is not going to be deterred. he is pushing forward with the plans to burn the islamic holy book, the koran. more than 7600 miles away from afghanistan, it took only a few clicks to find terry jones's likeness and burn him. pastor jones said he is the who is offended. >> they are burning our f
. satellite imagery indicating clear skies from mature new york, for baltimore, to the virginia, north carolina border. winds will be less than 5 miles per hour leading temperatures cooler into the 40's in the outlying suburbs. bwi marshall has not been below 50 degrees since june 11th. nav the first time in 100 days or so that we go below the 50 degree mark. warmer, more humid air coming this way and eventually some of that will come back our direction, but not until wednesday or thursday. another gorgeous day tomorrow. a few thunderstorms showing up off to the west of us. wednesday afternoon, there may be some hit or miss scattered storms with hazy, hot humid weather. tomorrow, very comfortable. light southerly winds with lots of sunshine. 77 degrees in the afternoon. sunrise at 6:53 a.m. on the day tomorrow, a gentle day on the chesapeake. fort mchenry is at sunrise -- we rebound nicely. sunshine and a westerly breeze will get them into the 70's. over to annapolis and down into southern maryland, sunny and 79 on tuesday. there are some dangerous rip currents because of hurricane igo
are a little bit color. petersburg, west virginia near 100. it is the 53rd time that the airport has hit 90 or better this year. we are 1 away from tying the record of 54 for a number of days in the 90's in a single year. it looks like we will tie that tomorrow and probably go past that as we work our way through september. 65-77 for the overnight low, but things are about to change. it will stay clear tonight, and a good deal of sun tomorrow, but to weather systems -- two weather systems showing aea up. rl is one of three tropical systems -- earl is a power pack, category 4 storm. it has gone back between category three and four. the water is very warm here and is moving into favorable conditions. the eye has tightened up. it is a category 4 storm with winds over -- wind over155 make it a category five. it is just east of cape had it -- take hatter's as we go into the early morning hours friday. it is sitting out there over the warm waters of the atlantic. instead of moving more toward us, it will take a turn to the northeast. the front coming in from the mountains will help to keep it out
, virginia, and maryland have already declared states of emergency. the major question now remains exactly what path will earl take up the coast. we'll be checking in with al for the latest on this in just a moment. >> got some other stories to cover, including amanda knox, the american college student convicted of murdering her roommate in italy. this morning, some new revelations about her state of mind. and we'll talk to a former fbi agent who is absolutely convinced that she is innocent. >> that's right. and also a little bit later, familiar face around here on "today." try going, matt, the entire month wearing just six items of clothing. the question is, did anybody notice? did you? we're going to find out how she did. >> over and over again. let's begin this morning with hurricane earl. al is in kill devil hills in north carolina on the outer banks. he's tracking the storm. al, good morning to you. >> well, good morning, matt. and, yes, earl has strengthened overnight. a category 4 storm. let's give you the latest details on earl. first of all, we've got a very active area out there.
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virginia, and we're looking at a home priceded at $79,000. is. >> the real estate double hasn't even hit this small town. tens from huntington. there's a beautiful kitchen, everything there is new, it's had a gut renovation. you can't really put another penny in that kitchen. >> stainless steel appliances. >> i love those bar stools as well. the master bedrooms, each of them are huge, high ceiling and great molding and the meticulousness of this house from top to bottom can't be beat. >> it can be beat with that porch, though, right. >> that's a party porch if i ever saw one. you have the barbecue grill and a great lovely backyard to look at. >> collierville, tennessee. >> you remember the company where that guy made a term paper and got a d, a terrible grade? what a mistake that was. this was in the best school district. that's the good news about this house. it's a big old scare stone house and all the rooms are nice and big and square. there's the living room, it showcases the two windows you saw and the fireplace. i think the dining room really pops with that crimson paint. here's an
virginia phillips says the ban violates the first and fifth amendment rights of gays and lesbians. she also says the policy has a direct and deleterious effect on the armed services by removing service members with critical skills and training. the justice department has not commented as to whether or not it will appeal the ruling. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you agree that the military's don't ask, don't tell policy is unconstitutional? email your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> it could be several days before it's determined just what sparked the initial blaze that triggered wednesday's devastating fires in west baltimore. 11 news reporter jennifer franciotti is live on the scene with more. good morning, jen. >> good morning. well that she fire basically wiped out an entire stretch of rowhouses here on north calhoun street. you can see the yellow tape behind me blocking off this area, and it's a good thing, too, because the sidewalk is completely littered with glass and debris and broken chunks of con creert from the fallen rowhouses. these fires happ
that produced a few sprinkle natural couple of neighborhoods, but now it's drifting south to virginia, and there's really no activity along this front. no precipitation. there was a little bit of a cloud deck that we still have to get through, so we'll call it a mix of sun and clouds as we go through the day today, but again, we don't expect any rain. partly to mostly sunny. and this cloud deck that's right on the edge of your screen there, those are the outer fringes of hurricane igor. we're finally going to say goodbye to igor. it passed across bermuda last night as a category one storm. i did not see any reports of catastrophic damage, but there was a big storm surge with this system, even though it was downgraded to category one. it still carries a big wall of water with it. now it's about 100 miles north of bermuda, and it will continue to track into the open waters of the north atlantic. so we say goodbye to igor. mostly sunny today. again, you'll see a couple of clouds hanging around, but jnl a nice day. going to be a little bit on the breezy side, but a good start to the workweek. clear
, we teamed one the university of virginia's center for politics to present a special discussion on those historic and first of their kind presidential debates between vice president richard nixon and then senator john f. kennedy, one of which took place at nbc's washington studio which is now the home of "meet the press" back in our home studio. talk to journalists and staffers who are part of history 50 years ago about what happened behind the scenes and the significance of those debates on our political landscape today. all on our website at mtp.nbc.com. you can follow me on twitter as well for more on that. we'll be off next week for nbc ♪ [ male announcer ] at ge capital, we're out there every day with clients like jetblue -- financing their fleet, sharing our expertise, and working with people who are changing the face of business in america. after 25 years in the aviation business, i kind of feel like if you're not having fun at what you do, then you've got the wrong job. my landing was better than yours. no, it wasn't. yes, it was. was not. yes, it was. what do you thin
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